Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 19, 1955 · Page 7
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Dial PA-2-4600 for • WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES,, CUMBERLAND,, MD., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1955 .SEVEN • •'• tfllor'i Note: Never' hivlni iliycd In elaborate hotel before, couple tiki* •••*h»t book to.'read to. get know-how. :. DEAR. MARY,' HAWORTHi-.My •wife/and I:have worked hard and lived a very conservative life,' try• ing to educate our' boys..Now the job is done, for which we,are very grateful; and we feel that we owe .it to ourselves,to make a trip to .some of. the country's, outstanding places^-Ncw York City, ': Niagara •Falls and other pl_aces of interest.. t Due.to the : fact f that we have • never eaten in swanky restaurants, or stayed in elaborate hotels, we luarters on the plate, Miss Van- ierbilt"remarks. If the doorman etches your car,'give him'* quar er; if he merely blows, his whistle, V dime is sufficient, our expert ad- •IsesV •.-•..•• '•":•• — ;.•'.- '. ' Discussing travel, page 33, Miss 'anderbilt has a suggestion for mrcnts of young . children that jllier motorists might, profitably :mploy.- •••. ' . ;• ••'.'' .-• She says: "If traveling by car, et .soiled ^clothes accumulate for i.'day.-or two^ then stop off at a elf-service laundry,.-'• wash the clothes, have them put'.through a are .conscious 'that;, we 'will- need drier,'., or', hang theriv. to dry on .some .briefing, and maybe re- wooden hangers in.the car as you .;hears;als,' .oh ,,how to. .behave .in those situations. ; Please tell me :what book 1 can get that will supply the information' we need. ; . .' ' .'I.;'.. ...UN. DEAR b.Ni: You will find the answer to almost any question of social ibehavinor in Amy Vander' bill's "Complete Book of Etiquette: a guide to gracious living." That's the title. It was published in 1952 by • Doublcday & Company, Inc., Garden City, N.Y. ' The copy I have contains an index, as a finale in 704 pages of explicit information on "every possible social problem one is likely, to encounter in modern social living," says the author. She likens the book to a dictionary, introduces it as the largest and most comprehensive book of etiquette ever written, and offers it as "a reliable friend to jvhom one may '(urn "a questioning' glance over the years and get a helpful answer." ... 'Scanning the" index on your.be- half, I. note that hotel,' restaurant and travel manners are well covered. For example, underline general heading., of hotel, we. find reservations — see pages 423-26. Here you arelojd bow to .describe ;o. on your. way. ...,.- , . I-.call attention'; to this pointer, nainly to show the. down-to-earth quality 'of 'her seasoned savoir aire. — M.H.. ...-•' Mary llaworth cbuscU through her column, not . by '• mail or personal . interview. Write her In care cf The Evening Times. Copyright, 1955, by.The Washington Poll, Distributed by King Features Syndicate Jaycces Will Aid [Myiiipie Driyfe The Olympic Fund Drive.in this section will be handled. by the Cumberland-Junior Association of Murder Inc.-? 'ommercc. • James Scott is chairman 'of the aycee Olympic Fund Drive committee. . " . Scott said the J.aycees will have containers at ..both the ..Fort Hill- Jagerstown game October 21-and the'AlleganyiaSalle; contest Oct- 'ber 28 to receive contributions of my amount, from those who would ike to assist the 1956 Olympic earn. ' '.,• ,'. Last .year nearly 5200 was col- ecled by' the Jaycees at the "hanksgiving Day game "between r ort Hill and Allegany. Funds cbl- ected then were, spent to send United States athletes to the Pan- American Games in Mexico.. Members of Scott's Jaycee com- Miss Vanderbilt is no" advocate of niittee are Donald W. iMason.'I.Wil- the. hotel accommodations w"aht, by letter or by wire; how to register when you arrive. ..Hotel- tipping : Is discussed in clarifying detail on'pages'642-43. lavish tippirig.YShe shows sober respect for the.component parts of a. dollar. Beginning with the doorman, she reviews'the list of hotel personnel, including bellhop, chambermaid, porter, checkroom attendant, elc. valor starter, etc., who-may be entitled .to an occasional .dime, quarter, half.dollar or.even more, depending upon the ease or difficulty of tasks performed for you. Chapter 57, page 549, takes up "dining in restaurants"—and tells how to dispose of wraps or parcels or umbrella on entering; who precedes whom to table; who gets the choice seat and so on. There is a rundown las we journalists say) on how to order a meal, how to cope with the waiter properly, and how to pick a suitable wine it you wish to be festive'.. On page 554, Miss Vanderbilt goes over the ground of calling for the bill, checking it for accuracy, quietly asking for a correction if a mistake has been made; and. again, tipping the help. Restaurant help In line for a tip includes the waiter US to 20 percent of the'bill); maybe the.cigar- ette girl. 10 or 15 cents; and possibly the 'men's and/or women's lounge attendant, a dims. The same for the hat check girl '—and pay no attention to decoy flU wlortJ wo* dKorofteo 3 Itat go« en /*• pdnf-tov»o ~^ 0 ' wdh /*• pfc»»«r. O ,1 bnnli 'O O I*n4 CeW T«W» hr Hi tick, «•• mvel «ff*ch. Colw Ttxtw* H «t •«y I* «|>»ly <i point—( II wi *«ii h«tw. Iw (in •ntlt •! T«« <>l*lci . •pplr "i* • t*ll- ,r. A».llokl« In C V colon White $1.35 PAINT SUPPLY Phont PA 2-5575 ;, WE DELIVER llltlm«r« Art. «t Dtttlur o attend « conference • for fer illzer manufacturers, dealers and salesmen scheduled for November 9:oh; the-University of .Maryland meeting of .'the board,. termed tl specialist, will begin at 9:30 a. m. n the "new student union building. Topics to be covered include'thc effect of. liquid fertilizers oh the ertilizer industry, nitrogen ' versus egumes, irrigation effects of snap leans, the • effect •. of cover crops in yield of tobacco, and , other up- b-dale information on fertilizer research.' Meanwhile, Stcger and •. his assistant, Merritt: Pope, with John H. ^Carter, ' jam Smith and Arthur C. Cruhi. 'Joseph M. Steger, UPPER MARLBORO, \Md.-.Hi The Prince Georges County Boar Allegany of Education has .discovered. It wi ' . , .. bounty farm agent. Is planning have to pay 156,000 for'28 acres land Kenneth Franck "gave" it 1953. : :.'•.;•.•• '' : . •"•:'.' ''.•'. ' Franck, appearing ' at' today College Park campus. 1 program, according to Frank standing." Bantz Jr., extension soil situation ."an honest misundc Involved arc. 28 acres near th Palmer Park subdivision on Lah . together Garrett County farm' agent, and James A. McHenry, his assistant, areattehd- ng the three-day annual extension service conference which opened -estefday at the Emerson Hotel n Baltimore. Also : attending from here are Miss Mary Wise, home demonstra- ion agent, and her assistant, Miss Justine Miller. About 150 Maryland Extension -workers ; will meet in Baltimore for the event. Gift? Of Land To Cost Board $56,000 Magistrate Improves . Magistrate for Juvenile Cou Morris Baron,is much improv3 after being ill for. the past wee with influenza. Juvenile Court a laches report • the .'magistrate expected to return to his duti on Monday, . Oregon has 3,232 miles of rai road. HOUSTON, Tex. Wt-Hcading on classified ad in the • Houston 'ost: Custom Killing. ' . Hallowe'en Party Supplies , 7-f. and -T- . Greeting Cards ' Post Card Shop 25 N. Centre St. over Rd. On'Aug.-ll, 1»53, Franck offered to'.give' the board his equity in the land for two ichool sites. " '•'. •: .,'••''••, , : . -, The board took the word "give"! E>)w '< to mean-an outright gift. It'has JJJ"™, subsequently discovered it -would] • have to pay off $2,000' an acre owed on'a deed of trust placed on the land by former .owners. | The land Is'now worth perhaps (5,000 an acre. ' BOOD-SY! CORNS F AMBUCA'S NO. 1 •• HAUTY AUTHORITY SAYSt 'Keep that slender, youthful figure with For Your COMPLETE Beady Service A» Lower Than Budget Price'j Visit Our Modern Beauty Clinic 10:00 A. M. Jo 5:00 P. M. for appointment phone PA 1-2180 TRI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY 114 Virginia Avenue Cumberland, Md. delicious high-protein, low-calorie special formula WHITE BREAD" \ "Lite Diet Bread is a superb nutritional j and energy food for. stay slim diets," says I Anita Colby. 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